- Tired of emotional struggle? Retrain your brain - Great tips here on working with toxic emotional thoughts and how they actually do re-wire your brain!
- How To Meditate with Noise: A 3-Minute Practice for Anywhere Great for NYC or practicing in house full of kids!
- Neurofeedback for Anxiety Performance:
The human brain, with its 100 billion neurons, is truly a wondrous and impressive organ. Researchers in Japan and Germany found that it took 40 minutes using the combined muscle of 82,944 processors and the fourth fastest supercomputer in the world to mimic just one second of your brain's processing ability.
Yup, the brain is truly an amazing organ.
Why is this important and what does it have to do with emotional struggles such as anxiety or depression? After all, being saddled with chronic doubts, fears, or negative thinking isn't a brain problem, it's a mind problem.
Right? Well, yes and no.
How To Meditate with Noise: A 3-Minute Practice for Anywhere
Meditation can't always happen in blissful silence. By tuning in to the cacophony of everyday activity, we can find a space to rest and settle the mind.
Neurofeedback and Stress
Read our top blog posts about stress management and how neurofeedback training can help.
Identify stress and what it does to your brain. Find ways to de-stress with tools such as self-awareness and neurofeedback training.
How to cope with stress during the holidays? Learn tips from NYC Neurofeedback Trainer and Therapist, Natalie Baker, how to take care of ourselves so family visits are stress-free and instead building connections with others.
Who is Neurofeedback For?
Neurofeedback Training Is A Therapeutic Method Designed To Train The Mind And Body To Act In A More Optimal Way.
For many NeurOptimal clients, this advanced brain training method can be an life-altering experience. Clients describe feeling clearer, calmer, lighter or brighter for a few hours after the session – a feeling that typically will last through the week, from one neurofeedback training session to the next (weekly sessions being the most common). Eventually, this new centered way of being becomes their “new normal”. Only if they get thrown off by a negative event - a bad day at work, chemicals, a knock on the head - might they drop into the way they felt before. But generally, they will not dip as deeply into emotional discomfort and will more than likely bounce back from challenging situations much more quickly and easily.
Want to learn more about training your brain with neurofeedback?